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    • NFL free agency winners, losers: 49ers, Seahawks headed in opposite directions March 21, 2018
      SportsPulse: The New York Jets' trade to move up to the No. 3 spot in the draft will have some serious ripple effects in the first round. USA TODAY Sports' Nate Davis and Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz on what the huge move means for draft day. The NFL's first wave of free agency is over. Signings
    • Rise in QB salaries makes Philip Rivers a relative bargain for Chargers March 21, 2018
      Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Seahawks for Tacoma News Tribune for six seasons. Played college football at University of Puget Sound Follow on Twitter COSTA MESA, Calif. -- With young quarterbacks Kirk Cousins, Jimmy Garoppolo and Blake Bortles signing lucrative new deals this offseason
    • Bennie Logan visits the Seahawks March 21, 2018
      The Chiefs' biggest (literally and skill-wise) free agent left on the open market is defensive lineman Bennie Logan, who is beginning to draw interest around the league. Logan's market was quiet during the first wave of free agency but now he's starting to pick up some steam. Logan recently
    • 2018 NFL Mock Draft: Predictions After First Week of Free Agency March 21, 2018
      The Tampa Bay Buccaneers need help everywhere along their defense after they finished last in total defense, pass defense and sacks in 2017. Since no defensive end holds a high enough draft grade to be considered at this juncture, the secondary will be the priority. Minkah Fitzpatrick is made for today
    • Jarryd Hayne: Former Super Bowl champion Jesse Williams spills on Hayne's NFL stint March 21, 2018
      WHEN Parramatta Eels star Jarryd Hayne announced his move to the US to pursue his lifelong dream at making a career in American football, Australia went mad. The media exploded, NFL merchandise sales skyrocketed and Google searches for “what is a running back?” went through the roof. Predictions of Hayne
    • The NFL's Most Significant Upgrades in Free Agency March 21, 2018
      Of the many flaws of the Cleveland Browns in 2017, their reliance on an underdeveloped rookie quarterback in an offense that lacked reliable playmakers or a progressive scheme was most baffling. If the team was intent on starting a rookie, then DeShone Kizer was the worst to select of the top four quarterbacks
    • Purple Pride likely to be Purple Prime (Time) for Minnesota Vikings in 2018 March 21, 2018
      Rumors about the NFL's 2018 schedule have already started to leak. For the Minnesota Vikings, the first piece of their schedule puzzle has already been determined with the season opener – an NFC Championship Game rematch with the Philadelphia Eagles, according to a Philadelphia radio station. It
    • Silva's Best-Ball TE Tiers March 21, 2018
      Tier One Rob Gronkowski (TE1) Travis Kelce (TE2) Zach Ertz (TE3) Summary: As tight end is a “onesie” position in most leagues – like at quarterback, you're only required to start one each week – production expectations must be especially elevated for tight ends to be worthy of early-round fantasy
    • NFL looking to overhaul catch rule March 21, 2018
      NFL executive vice president Troy Vincent confirmed to the Washington Post in an interview published Tuesday that changes to the league's catch rule will be proposed. Vincent said the competition committee will propose that the league eliminate the “going to the ground” rule, which NFL Network reported
    • Report: Falcons expressing interest in linebacker Arthur Moats March 21, 2018
      The Atlanta Falcons have expressed interest in eight-year veteran linebacker Arthur Moats, according to Jeremy Fowler of Moats has spent matching four-year stints with the Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers. While the report states the Steelers remain interested in bringing Moats back possibly

    • Editor’s Note October 31, 2016
      All of the writers, recurring features, analysis and podcast links previously found on the Hang Time Blog can now be read on and the NBA app. Exact same content, just a new home. We’ll see you over there. Thank you.
    • Morning Shootaround — Sept. 30 September 30, 2016
      NEWS OF THE MORNING Kevin Garnett returns…to coach? | DeRozan still motivated | Joe Johnson looking to contribute in Utah | Nets embrace holistic approach to health No. 1: Kevin Garnett returns…to coach? — Just days after announcing his retirement from the NBA, Kevin Garnett resurfaced yesterday at Los Angeles Clippers training camp to impart some […]
    • Morning Shootaround — Sept. 29 September 29, 2016
      NEWS OF THE MORNING Noah lands in New York | Rings for everyone | Mavs hope for big impact from Curry | Stockton to Kidd? No. 1: Noah lands in New York — After missing the first few days of training camp for the birth of his daughter, Joakim Noah was finally able to participate […]
    • Hang Time Podcast (Episode 250) Featuring Ronnie2K September 28, 2016
      Training camps around the NBA are in full swing and there's plenty of news from coast to coast. Pat Riley says Chris Bosh is done in Miami. Kevin Durant and the Warriors are working through the process in Oakland. And the King and his crew in Cleveland are preparing to defend their title. We go […]
    • Morning Shootaround — Sept. 28 September 28, 2016
      NEWS OF THE MORNING Curry confident he’ll remain a Warrior | Hornets looking for a revitalized Hibbert | Parker hopes to create change | Jazz looking to pick up the pace No. 1: Curry confident he’ll remain a Warrior — Now that one offseason is over, the questions about the next one will begin. And apparently, […]
    • Morning Shootaround — Sept. 27 September 27, 2016
      NEWS OF THE MORNING Miami moves on from Bosh | Wall, Beal downplay rift | Spurs missing their ‘In-Tim-idator’ | Losing Middleton stymies Bucks No. 1: Miami moves on from Bosh — Pat Riley, Miami Heat president, went so far as to mention Magic Johnson‘s stunning HIV diagnosis. That’s how seriously and emotionally Riley and […]
    • Morning Shootaround — Sept. 26 September 26, 2016
      NEWS OF THE MORNING Rivers, Clippers ready to challenge Warriors | Questions abound for new-look Hornets | Pistons open camp in much better space | What’s next for KG? No. 1: Rivers, Clippers ready to challenge Warriors — They can’t hide from it, the expectations or the obstacles. And Doc Rivers knows as much, has prepared […]
    • Noel unhappy with Sixers’ logjam up front September 25, 2016
      HANG TIME, N.J. — The Philadelphia 76ers are holding Media Day on Monday, but Nerlens Noel didn’t want to wait to get some of his thoughts on the record. The Sixers are finally looking to take a step forward after three years at or near the bottom of the standings. But there’s an imbalance to […]
    • Wolves’ Pekovic out for the season September 25, 2016
      HANG TIME, N.J. — In news that doesn’t come as much of a surprise, the Minnesota Timberwolves announced Sunday night that center Nikola Pekovic will miss the entire 2016-17 season with “recurring right ankle pain.” Pekovic averaged 16.9 points and 8.7 rebounds over the ’12-13 and ’13-14 seasons, but played just 12 games last season […]
    • Morning shootaround — Sept. 25 September 25, 2016
      NEWS OF THE MORNING Bosh won’t surrender | Davis feeling explosive | Shot changed Kyrie | Clips wanted K.G. No. 1: Bosh says it’s not over — He may have flunked the training camp physical. The Heat may be doing everything they can to keep him at a distance. Friends may be whispering that it’s […]



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